The Shriner’s Children Hospital was rendered obsolete when the Shriner’s redirected their focus from the treatment of youth polio to burned children. This 5.3-acre property along the busy 19th Avenue in the Sunset District of San Francisco represents one of the larger residential sites in the City.
The original circa 1927 hospital was designated an historic landmark and preserved for an adaptive reuse to a senior’s assisted living facility. The site was a venture with Catellus Development Corporation and developed with an 82 town home project with models ranging in size from 1,350 to 2,100 square feet. All of the homes have private, individual front door entrances and private direct access two car garages.